Let's Talk About Wills And Estates

As a society, we do not like to think about death and dying. At the same time, we know we have responsibilities. The transfer of assets from one generation to the next is inevitable in most cases. Planning for this eventuality is a key aspect of lifelong financial planning.

Plan Ahead With A Health Care Directive, Powers Of Attorney, A Will And Trusts

Perhaps the most responsible thing we can do in this life is to plan for our own deaths. The time to make these plans is while we are still healthy enough to make well-thought-out, informed decisions.

The first step in this planning is often the making of a will. Beyond that, other considerations often include answering questions such as:

  • Who will care for my child or children if I die?
  • Will I be kept on life support if I fall ill beyond recovery? What say do I have in this decision?
  • Who will manage my finances if I become incapacitated?
  • What if my spouse and I both pass away at the same time?

It is important to discuss these and other matters with an attorney. At the Law Office of Justin P. Miller, you have the opportunity to put a cost-effective estate plan in place for your peace of mind. Your estate plan can be a valuable, caring last gift for your family or other beneficiaries when the time comes.

Fill Out My Questionnaire And Schedule A Free Consultation

I've prepared a basic questionnaire to guide my clients in their planning. You can download it here: Estate Planning Information Form (PDF). I welcome the chance to discuss these issues with you and help you create your estate plan on your own terms.

Contact the Law Office of Justin P. Miller today for a free, no-obligation consultation on planning for your family if the unthinkable were to happen. Call 814-359-7268 or complete our online intake form for a prompt response.